The structure of the main cruising freight transport worked for TOWT is headed to the Piriou yard in Concarneau to accept her apparatus and sails.

Developed by Piriou in Giurgiu, Romania, on the banks of the Danube, the as of late sent off vessel is right now crossing the Med under tow and due in at the French yard toward August’s end.

TOWT (TransOceanic Wind Transport), a trailblazer in the field of clean energy for business delivering, has earnestly committed to eco-obligation, joining the legacy of cruising with current mechanical advances. It is determined that the sail-helped vessel will create a carbon impression of under 10% of that produced by a ‘ordinary’ freight vessel on a transoceanic course.

The natural effect of oceanic cargo transport has turned into a main issue for supportable turn of events, with freight vessels considered liable for a critical portion of ozone harming substance outflows, air contamination and disturbance of marine environments.

Being towed by the Danish-flagged tug ‘Hunter’,

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